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CSPAN
Aug 8, 2009 6:15pm EDT
this week by bob mcdonnell, the candidate for virginia governor. he talks about the economy, job creation, and the federal energy bill. >> on friday we received better news than we expected about the state of our economy. we learned that we lost 247 nelson jobs in july, some 200,000 fewer jobs than we lost in june, and far fewer than the nearly 700,000 a month we were losing at the beginning of the year. of course, this is little comfort to anyone who saw their jobs disappear in july, and to the millions of americans who are looking for work. i will not rest until anyone who is looking for work can find a job. still, this month's job numbers are a sign that we have begun to put the brakes on this recession and that the worst may be behind us, but we must do more than rescue our economy from this immediate crisis. we must rebuild it stronger than before. we must lay a new foundation for future growth and prosperity, and a key pillar of the new foundation is health insurance reform. reform that we are now closer to achieving it than ever before. there are still details to be hammered out. t
Univision
Aug 25, 2009 11:00pm EDT
en falls church virginia las autoridades continuan investigando las causas que llevaron a un sospechoso apuÑalar a un mujer salvadoreÑa de 66 aÑos de edad y a una menor de edad ... jose angel aguirre nos amplia. la policia de fairfax virginia...esta investigando aun hombre presunto sospechoso que vive en el apartamento numero ocho del 3409 de la glen carlin drive en falls churchs virginia y quien apuÑalara con heridas de gravedad a carmen mejia oriunda del canton coyolito el salvador junto con una menor de edad... tenemos a una persona bajo arresto al momento quien estamos identificando el sospechosoy el unico ... la unica persona que creiamos involucran en este incidente esta persona... esta en el proceso de hacer las ta carmen mejia quien trabaja sin licencia cuidando niÑos y junto con la menor de edad fueron llevadas de inmediato al hospital inova de fairfax en condiciones graves ... familiares de la menor fueron notificados y traslados al nosocomio ... vecinos y padres de familia estan conmocionados
NBC
Aug 6, 2009 11:00pm EDT
will last through labor day. >>> the race to become virginia's next governor. turning to our area. democrat hoping his party's biggest star can give him the run for governor a boost. prident obama, attended a rally and fund raiser for him tonight in tyson's corner. while republican bob mcdonald opened a sccampaign office in alexandra. derek? >> if you closed your eyes and listened. almost seemed like a presidential campaign rally. all about the race for the virginia governor seat and for democrats nationwide and republicans there is a lot riding on this race. polls show him trailing his republican opponent, bob mcdonald. in a rally and fund raiser at the hilton in tyson's corner. the state's democratic heavy hitter, the heaviest hitting democrat, president obama. >> it isood to be in virginia. a place that has been good to me. >> obama carried the once solidly republican commonwealth in 2008. his approval ratings in virginia are slightly higher than elsewhere. president obama told a crowd there, emerging tradition among the state's democrats. >> a tradition that -- that starts off with the
Univision
Aug 7, 2009 6:00pm EDT
sin seguro de salud y hasta sin viviendas...en juridicciones como annandale en virginia, entidades se organizan para ofrecer servicios gratuitos para familias hispanas afectadas por la crisis... "desde luego, la prioridad es el trabajo, la gente por trabajar o por pensar en trabajar, no va nunca a un chequeo" "trabajadores inmigrantes confian que su situacion economica mejore..y que en los proximos meses, se vea un aumento en el numero de nuevos empleos. en washington, maria rosa lucchini univision" y precisamente para ayudar a las familias inmigrantes, maÑana sabado ocho de agosto se realizara una feria de salud en annandale, esto en virginia... las familias podran someterse a examenes de prevencion gratuitamente... ademas habran canastas de comida y actividades para niÑos... la feria se llevara acabo desde las once de la maÑana hasta las tres de la tarde... mientras tanto en prince william, la policia entrego mas de 1.600 áááááááátututututu reclusion entre julio del 2007 hasta mayo de este ano, antes de ser en
ABC
Aug 19, 2009 5:00am EDT
>>> moments away, virginia lawmakers are going back to richmond to discuss a supreme court case. >> stopping the spread of swine flu. it prevention summit to. >> need details on a body found. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison staing. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> here is brian van de graaff with the latest on bill. don't mess with bill. >> we went to category four just moments ago. that means a major hurricane. i do not think it will go to a category five. it has bermuda in its sights. it will probably stay off the coast. a few sprinkles south and east of town, over near ocean city. temperatures will go to near 90's. mix of clouds and sunshine with some later de storms. hot and near 90 degrees. >> overnight construction is being cleared out of the way. no accidents to report as far as interstate or beltway travel. 95 north to get into springfield. this is the springfield traffic. headlights he
CBS
Aug 18, 2009 5:00am EDT
of northern virginia's hot lane projects to a halt. good morning, everyone. i'm andrea roane. howard is here with weather. angie has the traffic and a water main break to veer around. we will start with howard's forecast. >>> a steamy one this morning. sticky this afternoon with some thunderstorms. >> summer. >> yeah. yesterday had a few more clouds. i thought low to mid-90s. only 91 thanks to the cloud cover. around 91 again today but a couple of thunderstorms. i want to show you what is happening on the e teitllitand radar. a couple of storms meyersville to eastern garrett county. so you may see a in in relyveies laretively quiet ie with d s. s a a lot of 70s. in fact in the upper 70s still. so a warm morning out there. code yellow air quality. 86 by noon. topping off in the low 90s. a sticky afternoon. 5:00 a.m. straight up. good morning, angie. what's going on. >> we have the right lane blocked. this is the situation with the water main break. crews working hard on westbound 198 before u.s. 29. use caution. volume is light because it is early but you may want to factor in an extra minute
CBS
Aug 24, 2009 6:00am EDT
it over to virginia. we are tracking that trip on 395 heading northbound. a little slow an below speed from duke to seminary. finally attack it to the district. inbound new york avenue, seeing a good amount of head lights from the times building to bladensburg road and they are dropping speeds, as well. now, over to andrea. >>> it is rise and shine for thousands of children in our area. summer vacati ckba back to sch school bells will be ringing thng mnior in anne arundel, ch ni arles, frederick and prince georges counties in maryland. then in virginia, a few districts begin today, theyiaar culpeper, ulki, errappahanock and spotsylvania counties. all starting this morning. >>> school also begins in the district today and last-minute renovations at john boroughs elementary has some parents there concerned. digital correspondent armando trull is live from outside of the school in northeast. armando? >> reporter: andrea, good morning. when school children start to arrive here at 7:30 they will see a beautifully renovated john boroughs school, new floors, new tables and chairs, fresh pai
CBS
Aug 7, 2009 11:00pm EDT
historically guns have flooded into the district from maryland and virginia but we're at a 40 year low for d. c.'s murder rates he would like to see it stay that way. >>> an drew, thanks very much. >>> there is a link between the massacres of virginia tech and northern illinois university and an man who killed 3 and many sodini also sold weapons to the virginia tech and northern illinois shooting. that company tgfcom incorporated issued a statement calling sodini a socially stunted mad man. >>> muhammad was sentenced to death masterminding if ?iewp era tack in 2002. muhammad and his accomplice killed 10 people in the fall of 02. malvo got the life sentence. >>> eunice kennedy shriver sister of john of f kennedy is in the hospital. they have gathered at her side at cape cod hospital. her son-in-law california governor arnold schwarzenegger is also reportedly there. she lived in potomac for decades she also founded the special olympics. >>> we know there are major problems with the water system in the district. problems that could hamper the efforts of firefighters doing their job. proof of
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2009 2:00am EDT
and said that the ap had called virginia for barack obama. and then as i was sharing that with you, i got another noted said the ap as called the united states for president zero bombs. i am one to read this party and a little bit and rub my feet on the stage because i feel very good. thank you all for being here. i got elected to state politics in 2001 with a great governor. give that up for mark warner. and we had been some wilderness years. the republican house and republican senate and republican governor did not agree with each other and became men and the state was heading in the wrong direction. since that race in 2001 under mark warner kiran undermine, did you know that virginia has been named in the best managed state in america? did you know that under democratic leadership, seven times, we have been named the best they to do business in america ended june known that we have even been named by education week as the state were a child is most likely to have a successful life? [applause] that is what democratic leadership means. we find solutions to everyday issues that everyday p
Univision
Aug 19, 2009 11:00pm EDT
rosa lucchini, univision" la austeridad continua y s profundiza en virginia.. el gobernador anuncio hoy que recortara el presupuesto en mil quinientos millones de dolares para los proximos dos años.. tim kaine tambien senalo que los cambios han sido provocados por la peor crisis economica desde la gran depresion y que los despidos seran inminentes... kaine no dio cifras respecto a los despidos y dijo que todos los departamentos enfrentaran cortes en sus presupuestos.. la policia del condado de montg comunidad para dar con el paradero de una nina de 12 años que ha desaparecido... genesis turcios reside sobre la east light drive en silver spring.. ella mide cinco pies 7 pulgadas, y pesa unas 150 libras.. si usted tiene alguna informacion contacte a las autoridades al 301-279-8000... las autoridades recuerdan que quien retenga a un menor de edad sin la autorizacion de sus padres puede enfrentar cargos en su contra...  ya fue reparado el percance que determino el corte de agua en alexandria, pero durante la manana cientos de personas perdier
CBS
Aug 19, 2009 6:00am EDT
. an eastbound trip on 66 in virginia. looks like things are slowing down around 50 but okay approaching the capital beltway. and finally let's call it a wrap with 95 heading northbound in virginia. we are dealing with one delay stretching from the prince william parkway over to lorton. now, over to andy. >>> at one past the hour, a rough economic time is getting worse for prince georges county. the furlough plan has been ruled unconstitutional and could have to pay back wages. >> armando trull suicide live in palmer park with the story. it's millions of dollars in back pages and the reaction from the department is a good one. they furloughed 5900 workers last year including firefighters, police officer and other employees protected by union contracts. the county, facing a huge budget deficit, told unions to choose between ten days of furloughs or permanent layoffs. >> we see it as unnecessary. we see excess undesignated funds and funds this the coffers. >> reporter: they said there where were other ways to prince georges to save money without breaking contractual obligation. on tuesday
NBC
Aug 21, 2009 5:00pm EDT
is another batch now coming out of west virginia. right into the shenandoah valley. so there will be some more rain showers prime air, not any damaging thunderstorms. as a matter of fact, i think as we go through the next couple of hours in our future scan you can see that batch coming in to loudoun county. look at reston. over an inch of rain. we have had officially in washington, d.c., zero inches. out in the waters, this is the one we want to keep an eye on over the weekend. there is bill. beginning to lose strength right now. category 2 with winds down to only a bit over 200 miles per hour. it will graze bermuda, tides there will be running three feet above average and have a tropical storm warning. you can see it staying well off the coast. give eight bit of a go but nothing unusual for nantucket. they get into saturday night. high winds up there at 20 to 25 miles an hour. but as i mentioned, the threat is because of the heavy surf. tomorrow we will have that weather front near us. as a result we are going to be seeing some leftover clouds and showers and could see another inch of ra
CBS
Aug 3, 2009 6:00am EDT
. president obama will join virginia senator jim webb on the campus of george mason to mark the largest expansion of the bill since world war ii. armando trull is live on the fairfax campus with more. >> reporter: good morning. all of the men and women who have gone in to harm's way after september 11th 2001 are eligible for this new g.i. bill and essentially their bachelors degree will be paid for by uncle sam. it is the greatest expansion of veteran benefits since ' 44 when program and the lawmaker who helped to sponsor the bill, virginia senator jim webb will be here to celebrate the occasion. the post 9/11 gism bill is the largest expansion of veteran benefits since world war ii. it gives men and women who serve in the military or are military vets a chance to get a free undergraduate education at an in-state public college or university. as well as allowances for housing and text books. >> that will provide the cost of education for me. it will take care of that and i can focus on my family and make sure their needs are met. >> reporter: virginia senator jim webb sponsored the bil
CBS
Aug 17, 2009 6:00am EDT
and bladensburg road on 395 in virginia heading northbound. things are slowing down. what a pretty skyline. that stretch of slow go from duke to seminary. no incidents along the way. wrap it up with 66 eastbound. we are tracking a good amount of traffic from 50 to the capitol beltway. over to you. >>> one past the hour. work on the hot lanes in virginia could lead to a little confusion in tysons corner. a rush hour detour that is new this morning. trial trillion trial -- armando trull is live with what you need to know. >> reporter: for those who travel southbound 495 at the tie cons corner area here's what has to happen in order for you to avoid that confusion. here's what you need to know right now. if you travel southbound on 495, you will no longer be able to exit at the northbound 123 exit. that's exit 46-b. it has been closed for the next month and a half. instead you will be detoured to exit 45-b. that's an exit on the left. be careful for folks trying to get across those lanes trying to get to that exit. once you make it you will be on route 268 and stay on route 267 and eventuall
CBS
Aug 18, 2009 6:00am EDT
's angie. >> good morning. hello, everyone. welcome to tuesday and welcome to issues on 95 in virginia. first one an accident at the truck scales near the triangle area. and then second, near dale city we have crash activity taking away the left lane for drivers an we know the main backup stretches from the prince william parkway to lorton. we estimate the drive time at 10 to 12 minutes. moving to 66 delayed a 0 to 123. no incident along the way. switching over to the outer loop. an ebb earlier incident at colesville road. the backup started early. we are backed up to university right now. show you burtonsville we have a water main break and crews are on the scene at westbound 198 approaching u.s. 29. drivers are forced to lose the right lane. staying to the left to get by and round it out with new york avenue. we are below speed. now over to andrea. >>> we are following a developing story this morning out of thsoutheast washington. a 13-year-old girl is shot inside of her home hit by a stray bullet. this happened around midnight on frederick douglas place near alabama avenue. police t
CBS
Aug 26, 2009 6:00am EDT
and show you the inner loop in virginia. from 95 to 66. realtime sensors are showing us the drivers are clocking in at a great pace. we will take you to the outer loop. hop over to maryland, north of the district. the situation past new hampshire. a good amount of volume between this area up to georgia. and wrap it up with 95 and the bw parkway. we'll take you there. out of baltimore past 32, down to powder mill you are looking at a clear commute. now, over to andrea. >> thank you. at one past the hour, the world is waking up to the news that senator ted kennedy has died. the lie job of the senate died last night. he was 77. kennedy represented his home state of massachusetts in the senate for more than four decades. last year he helped president obama get elected. today the president said america has lost "a great leader." digital correspondent armando trull begins our coverage. he's live on captiol hill. armando? >> reporter: ted kennedy was the third longest serving senator in american history. for 46 1/2 years, he fought countless political battles hoar on captiol hill, winning
CSPAN
Aug 15, 2009 2:15pm EDT
," the authors michael dirda. >> thank you. >> at the virginia festival of the book, book tv sat down with ariel sabar to discuss "my father's paradise: a son's search for his jewish past in kurdish raq". this is 10 minutes. >> ariel sabar, are the jews in iraq? >> as of last count, there are all of eight. the new york times did a story last year saying there aren't even enough to hold a religious service. the remarkable thing is iraq used to have the largest jewish population in the middle east, 135,000 strong. now they are down to their last seven or eight. >> where were they? >> all over iraq. largest concentration was in baghdad. this was a striking figure what i can across it but after world war i or world war ii, 1 third of baghdad's population was jewish. much of the population lived around baghdad and this was the area we think of as babylon. there was another, far less known community of jews who lived up north in the mountain kurdish region. that is where my father family is from. >> your book is called "my father's paradise: a son's search for his jewish past in kurdish iraq". where e
ABC
Aug 6, 2009 6:00pm EDT
that is coming to a northern virginia. >> meetings. what has these people fired up? >> what the newly discovered the tapes reveal about the gunman who went on a shooting spree. >> clearing skies under way right now. also coming up, the national hurricane center adjusted the outlook for hurricanes for the rest of the season. there's something big happening at pizza hut. - woooh, nice! - that's a lot of food! now get big meals like our stuffed pizza rolls, pizza mia, the p'zone... and our personal panormous pizza starting at just $5. the big eat tiny price menu. only at pizza hut. - woooh, nice! - that's a lot of food! now get big meals like our stuffed pizza rolls, pizza mia, the p'zone... and our personal panormous pizza starting at just $5. the big eat tiny price menu. only at pizza hut. >>> you're watching abc 7 news at 6:00. this is abc 7 news, on your side. >>> a pennsylvania man that shot and killed three women in a gym left behind some chilling videos. >> my objective is to be real and learned to be an emotional, to be able to emotionally connect with people. >> he used to the online video
NBC
Aug 4, 2009 6:00pm EDT
by a funeral home. police sayhose customers prepaid for funeral arrangements in fred riksburg, virginia, but the money they spent may have been used for something else. chris gordon is here now with more. >> reporter: fret ricksburg police say many of the victims are from northern virginia, matter land and sdwrikt. according to police, money was collected dating pack to the 1980s for what are called pre-need funerals. but the money may have been spent instead on personal and business expenses. police executed a search warrant at bailey funeral service in fred drinksburg, virginia on july 23rd collecting evidence that resulted in the arrest of the owner. he is 51-year-d ambrose bailey, a former council member and prominent business han. police tell us what their investigation has uncovered so far. >> we found a box of documents containing over 60 files, all related to prearranged funeral services. and we at this point have 22 confirmed victims representing over $90,000 where their money was thought going into an escrow account as is legally required. >> reporter: on honest, fredericksbur
ABC
Aug 7, 2009 5:00pm EDT
for self-defense. >>> virginia and west virginia are among the top states that export guns. there later recovered by the police followed by west virginia, alabama, virginia, and south carolina. they say the new report is misleading. >>> metro will be working on the blue and yellow lines this weekend. riders can expect some major delays this weekend. we're live from pentagon city with all the details. >> there is also work to tell you about on a redine, specifically where the deadly accident happened early this summer. >> i think is crazy. >> just when they thought i couldn't get any worse, more changes. major track work begins on the yellow and blue line. crews will be doing prep work for a switch replacement over labor day. that means, expect single tracking. every sunday through thursday from 10:00 p.m. until midnight for the next four weeks. and no service between rosalynn and king street. >> [unintelligle] >> on top of that, they still have to deal with delays this month as crews replace circuits on the track where the deadly crash happened. that work inude cables and equipment for
CBS
Aug 6, 2009 7:00pm EDT
the virginia race into a referendum on the president's national policy. a few minutes ago, deeds talked about the local issues of education and transportation all the while hoping that some of that barack obama electoral will help him. attendeis paid as much as $2300 a person to meet the president. he will be appearing at this rally soon. every person in this room, derek, had to sign up before being allowed in. a clear sign that they will be contacted by the deeds campaign to volunteer in a campaign that now has only 88 delays to close that double digit gap in the polls. derek, we'll watch this for the evening. if the president appears during your program and we suspect he will, we'll come back here immediately. >> thank you for that. we'll look forward to that. all right, here at home, capital police investigating a maryland man after he was photographed holding an effigy of a congressman in a noose. here's the picture getting the attention on the internet. the man, patrick samuels, the congress -- from maryland's first district. samuels brought the effigy to his rally. now to other top sto
CBS
Aug 21, 2009 6:00pm EDT
.e warnings t erth vehse decounty in virginia. warning f al sotyor fclork arand frederic county, iniavik th. iney are at the bottom of the screen. we will zoom in to is th iths storm. this is the ed e waprpt ed the warning. this is a heavy storm now. -- everything is inar mo-- everything is t.he t noheasrt orv hethnom ishest this storm is abt isto 0. 34an tth ov thisthrt part of the stwiorllm to to next xt 1515minutes. the storm.e ul pfoins ceviine l the storm. llwi ssmiwill miss d an d y ha vera inu bu mayohave rain but the fr of the storm will more anth u. nly mi i will zohe we m veha entcbe orstwa hi havewebeen watching t the south, just d crossethe rive ichs inarles and southern pg county and thisd is ininga y.nsnity. ors is either heavy rain likely some hae . case'd weth a warning edis suon this. this at fopumpfort road anpu looks like anytime we see this type of color on doppler e dopp this isthavheinra ra. is llfainheavy rain. es rfa atllhave en beetprty im-- impressive all wi es ore thstthwims these storms as u weyo e dithooflngu yo ane floodi onfl road iise tht this
CBS
Aug 25, 2009 7:00pm EDT
of this recession. >>> and right now, virginia congressman, jim moran is holding a town hall meeting talking about president obama's healthcare reform proposal. pretty big crowd out there, including howard dean, who will have the rest of that story for you at 11:00. earlier today, jerry connolly was holding his own healthcare reform meeting. this one at green spring retirement community. while they were kept in check, outside protesters making their feelings known. digital correspondent, peggy fox with that story. >> in front of the usually quiet entrance to green spring retirement community, angry signs screamed warnings about death panels, socialized medicine. >> i believe it is unconstitutional, unaffordable, and that the government is untrustworthy. >> i feel it would be very bad for america. we have the best system already. >> it's like a great mansion with a leaky roof. you want to take a wrecking ball and tear the mansion down. >> inside, the room held 400 residents, 100 more were on the waiting list to hear congressman's view on healthcare reform. >> i think if you look at the econom
NBC
Aug 21, 2009 6:00pm EDT
winchester with nickel-sized hail there. it is now movingnto the panhandle of west virginia and those are the areas you folks that are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 6:30 tonight. let me how is some of the towns and it includes spots like harper's ferry very soon and charlestown, west virginia. as well as lovettsville and parts of loudoun county. those are the areas under the warning now. severe thunderstorm warning for possibly some strong winds but also hail because there has been a report hail. we will keep an eye on that and you can see that the bigger view of things is that these storms will continue to move more towards the north and northwest of washington. more out in the shenandoah valley, too. meanwhile the other concern is bill which will be moving well off the coast. won't be bringing rain and hardly any clouds. real heavy surf and dangerous rip currents. if you are heading out to the beaches for the weekend to see some of the big rollers from bill, be very, very cautious. it is going to be dangerous. more about the track of bill when i join you. >> thank you, b
NBC
Aug 25, 2009 11:00am EDT
directions are moving along nicely. no change-ups acongress i-270. joe? >> thanks very much. >>> virginia state trooper is recovering from an early morning accident. police say that happened around 4:00 this morning. trooper was trying to pull over a suspected drunk driver. the trooper was in the southbound lanes of route 110 near the pentagon when he lost control and crashed into a jersey hall there. he was injured when the air bag deployed. police have still not caught the man he was trying to pull over. >>> happening, a bit of history in alexandria. 4 ledearnhanew police chief ands learned tharl i will be namedhi cef later this n iseain i alexandria, cook was a member of the now famous t.c. williams titans ftblal team. he takesrve o fromve david bake after his arrest for dui in arlington. he paded guilty earlier this month. >>> developing story out of charles county where a 25-year-old man arrested in connection with the death of a 3-ar-old child. the victim is deshawn wade. hir mldot told ws4 deshe saw him before leaving for work and later that morning when his sisters tried to wake
CBS
Aug 6, 2009 6:00am EDT
in statter blog's blog at wusa9.com. >>> budget con trains in virginia are forcing the governor to take drastic steps. yesterday in richmond, governor kaine said the state's budget would be cut by a minimum of $700 million or up to $1.5 billion. the cuts are expected to be announced later this month when the governor addresses the general assembly's budget writing committees. the government said layoffs are a possible reality. >>> supreme court nominee sonia sotomayor will learn her fate today. the senate is scheduled to vote this afternoon on confirming her as the first hispanic and third woman on the high court. judge sonia sotomayor's is expected to be easily confirmed thanks to a filibuster proof democratic majority. the main thing many political analysts are waiting to see is which republicans will vote for her nomination. >>> two american journalists are waking up in their beds after almost five months in captivity in north korea. former president clinton helped to win the release of laura ling and euna lee by meeting with kim jong-il. president obama says he expects some interest
CBS
Aug 19, 2009 9:00am EDT
-wide program which cost them two weeks ' pay. >>> budget concerns, virginia officials are asked to do more with less as governor kaine announces a new round of budget cuts. good morning. i'm andrea roane. thanks for joining us. today is wednesday, august 19th. angie goff is here. she has a traffic update for us. we say good morning to kim martucci. she's back and ready to go. >> i am rubber stamping yesterday's weather forecast today. i hope you don't mind. i'm not trying to put it in cruise control but we will be in one of those stagnating weather patterns where we have thunderstorms, high humidity and with that the heat. let's get testd,ar erod evon this -- it , is is wednesday. good morning. here's hour time lapse tower cam. we are okloing at the washington monument. you losee e thclouds leftov yay by. and now partly cloudy skies, it is 79 and the winds are calm and humidity is 74% at reagan national airport. as for the numbers, they run ye gamut from 75 in gaithersburg, already 81 in leesburg. it is 79 at quantico and looking south and west, culpeper has a pair of sevens on the map. t
CSPAN
Aug 2, 2009 11:00pm EDT
this book? >> yes. or if something else had hit me on the head. >> there is a street in alexandria virginia with his name. i will get you to tell us about him. he is a fascinating character. >> the reason that people do not know a lot about him is because unlike most people, the only book he wrote was a legal book on his decisions when he was a judge. he never kept a diary. he never saved his letters. there was very little impression -- information about him. he served in the continental congress during the war. he could have been on the supreme court but turned down an appointment to it. almost all of his life was spent in his native virginia. virginians know a lot about him. there is a county named after him. there are some statues of him and schools are named after him, but when you cross the virginia line, he is an unknown founding father. when i get into this as a homicide investigation, i became unbelievably impressed with how great an american he was. >> to the mentor? -- who did he mentor? >> thomas jefferson. that's not bad. >> who else? >> john marshall, chief justice of the supr
FOX
Aug 26, 2009 7:00am EDT
. we'll get the latest on the virginia governor's race. announcer: during the autobahn for all event, you can get great lease deals. i love it! i just want to know it's the right move. me? thirteen days in the future. you get a deal on the car you always wanted. scheduled maintenance is included, it's all good. what's the future like? you love your new jetta. and the suit? you like it? no...i love it! >>> senator edward kennedy died. he passed away in massachusetts a few hours ago. in a statement released this morning, president obama thanked him for his encouragement and wisdom. senator ted kennedy was 77 years old. >>> loss in deed. >>> it's a quarter after the hour at 7:00 and tucker has a look at the day. >> well, it should be a beautiful day. it will be hotter than yesterday. we'll notice the hot temperatures. we'll have highs in the 90s and it will be a decent day. pretty soon, people will want the 90s. people like julie. >> we have clouds to the north and west. that's a cold front that won't be felt around here until late tomorrow. we'll have sunshine in the forecast and high
ABC
Aug 21, 2009 6:00am EDT
. families of two of the victims of the virginia tech shooting say the university's counseling center missed critical warning signs. "the washington post" is reporting the families want former counseling director robert miller to admit he failed to properly monitor and trt sung huh cho. records released tuesday show three therapists did not view cho as a serious danger. but miller was reportedly told of cho's threatening behavior bacss in 2005. b o killed 32 people and himself in 2007. >> arlington county's federal lawsuit against proposed hot lanes on i-95 and i-395 is drawing mixed reaction. the lawsuit asks the court to order an environmental review to determine whether the hot lanes would increase air pollution and traffic congestion. the a air club is praising the lawsuit, but lone anderson of a.a.a. tells "the washington post" the lawsuit is "disappointing, damaging, and hypocritical." >> a proposal is in the works now to dole out $3,000 to some d.c. workers if they relocate from the suburbs into the city. d.c.'s lead agency on the environment has proposed a so-called live near your wo
FOX
Aug 7, 2009 5:00am EDT
start, 65 degrees here. 70 up in new york city and 70 in norfolk, virginia. pittsburgh at 56 degrees this hour. not a bad hostart to careorfo f sunshine. warmer than yesterday but belowe normal temperature. high about 85 degrees in the district. 86 at la plata. winchester, 84 for your high today. more details on the forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> let's check in allison oakley this morning with a look at traffic. >> good morning to you guys. we have an accident already on georgetown pike on the inbound side which is a real bummer for you guys leaving sterling and heading to the capital beltway. here we are at old dominion drive. all eastbound lanes are going to be blocked. westbound lanes seem to be open. i think you have to stick with route 7 this morning heading in towards the capital beltway. these are your southbound lanes of 95 before you get to shirlington and it is over on the shoulder. it doesn't look like it is causing much of a dries traction certainly for the southbound side. 270 spur looks great. -- it doesn't look like it is causing much of a distraction cert
FOX
Aug 19, 2009 5:00pm EDT
. virginia american water crews are on the scene. they say it could take up to eight hours to get the water back on. >>> a physician's assistant is under arrest charged with inappropriately touching patients. two patients on ark lawn court claim jorge sanchez sexually assaulted them in the office. investigators are concerned there could be more victims. >>> new at 5:00, medical records of the virginia tech gunman have been released. we know what sung we cho was telling. >> reporter: ozens of pages posted online by virginia tech. shows family agreed to make them public. as you know, he killed 32 members in 2007 then took his own life. the records cover his interactions with the virginia tech counseling center and a mental hospital during november and december of 2005. this really gives us insight into what he was thinking, how he was acting a year and a half before the rampage. a professor referred him to a counselor. cho said he was depressed. december 2005 he e-mailed a friend and said felt like killing himself. the friend called police and cho was detained overnight. cho said he was kiddi
CBS
Aug 4, 2009 6:00am EDT
in maryland and 19 in virginia. in maryland that includes one office in rockville, one in bethesda one in hyattsville and silver spring. the closest virginia branch to the washington area is in fredericksburg. you can see the list at wusa9.com. the head of arlington county plans to step down at the end of october. county manager ron carly will leave the county for the county management association based in the district. in his new position he will tackle global warming and emergency management. car -- carlee has been with the county for 29 years. >>> it is 6:05. time for the living smart financial report. wall street welcomed better than expected readings on manufacturing and car sales. the auto industry got a boost from the government's cash for clunker program. ford credits the program for its first monthly sales increase in two years. chrysler says the program has proven so popular it is running out of some models including the wrangler so it will no longer match the government's $4,500 cash for clunker incentives. general motors says it is eating back in to the leasing business. it
CBS
Aug 7, 2009 6:00am EDT
to virginia and. 66 eastbound, what's going on? at nutley it looks in the offering here a crash activity. it is off to the right or actually blocking this right lane. as a result of this we are backing up to 50 and wrapping with the inner loop in virginia real time sensors from 95 to 66 are moving at a good pace. that's the traffic. now over to you. >>> do you want to save money on your back to school shopping trip? then you might want to head to the commonwealth this weekend. it is a sales tax holiday in virginia. 9 news now digital correspondent, armando trull is live at the kingstown wal- mart in alexandria with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, andrea. with us is one of the first shoppers who walked in the door. good morning, how are you? >> i'm fine. how are you? >> what are you going to spend money on today. >> school supplies. >> are you happy about the tax break. >> yes, i am. >> how much do you plan to spend. >> as much as i have to. >> here's some things you can get a tax break on, book bags, carpet binders, glue, crayons, remember the protractors and come passes a
CBS
Aug 12, 2009 6:00am EDT
southwestern virginia. this is pretty good news. as we zoom in we will show you what the ermpteatures are for mp inviiarg isthismorning thal mp. teurr ere thatonmmthales onr temperatures are running g ou the 70s out there. it 169 winchester, 75 in the district. by the late morning, approaching wood stock amissville we will have some showers and storms. not as hot as yesterdays. 7 arlington with afternoon showers and thunderstorms. let's send it over to kris sneed. he's keeping an eye on the traffic. >>> good morning. look at chopper road and clint orchard, no problems here and in silver spring no problems as you make your way though the district and finally we will take fly on 50 westbound from the bay bridge annapolis to bowie and the beltway. no problems. >> thank you, kris. >> what you say is often what you will get these days. willy jolly explains the power of woods. >> reporter: hi, this is willy jolly. i want to give you a simple idea to help you live better and have greater success. this is something i have learned over the years that is very effective it is seeking good. if i
ABC
Aug 6, 2009 11:00pm EDT
. and the power of the white house joins the battle for virginia. a >> we will make a commitment at the national level. about the president's message to voters. -- >> the president's message to voters. >>> we begin tonight with a developing story out of montgomery county. a 20-year veteran of the montgomery county fire department faces serious charges after police say he tried to solicit sex from a teenaged girl. wayne mothershead adadveisold -- of a police officer posing as a 16-year-old girl. >> when the suspect arrived, he was arrested. he was charged with a sexual solicitation of a minor. >> the police say mothershead is one of the 20 people lost it. onight, he is out on bond. if convicted, he faces 10 years behind bars. >>> president obama makes a big campaign stop for the democrats vying to become virginia's next governor. he stumped for creeeddes deeds - creigh deeds. john gonzalez has the latest. >> was this rally the saving grace for creigh deeds, who trails his opponent? tonight, he stood side by side with president barack obama and the president essentially said if it is not broken it
Univision
Aug 21, 2009 6:00pm EDT
de columbia y mas tarde en montgomery y la mayoria de las escuelas en virginia... en fairfax, las escuelas publicas estan eliminando los castigos a los estudiantes que faltan sin justificacion mas de tres veces a clases. por años, quienes perdian mas de tres sesiones en un recibian la calificacion de aplazados automaticamente esto sera eliminado, motiva a los estudiantes continuar en la clase y muchos simplemente abandonan el decidiran el castigo a los faltones, mientras los que se puntos extra.... el sistema de transporte metro involucrado en problemas lefúfúfús a ragúgúgúdel aparatoso accidente hace pocas semanas, anuncio hoy el bufete de abogados que lo representara... la oficina de wilson elser mos-kowitz edelman and dicker les proveera abogados adicionales a los que metro tiene para enfrentar al menos siete demandas entabladas a raiz del accidente que le quito la vida a nueve personas y lesiono a docenas mas. xpppxpqqúúppaúúaúúúúa@@@@@@@@@@@ppppppp ..las onvirtieron en el p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@p@que re
CBS
Aug 4, 2009 12:00pm EDT
: virginia's council for higher education says that money from the stimulus plan will help to keep costs down at public colleges and universities. a new report says next year that the average tuition and fees will go up about 5%. that translates in to $7,984 a year at the commonwealth's 15 four-year schools. in-state tuition at virginia community colleges will be $2,781 a year and that's a 7.6% increase. virginia also received federal money for a variety of housing programs. it includes, $19.6 million for community development grants, 14.2 million for the home investment partnerships program. $1.7million in grants for emergency shelters. and almost $668,000 for housing opportunities for people with aids. >>> 14 local post offices are on a list of 1,000 which could be closed. it's all in an effort to save the postal service some money. the agency is struggling as fewer people send letters and businesses switch to e-mail. here's how it breaks down. the agency is looking at a total of nine offices in the district, nine in maryland and 19 in virginia. in maryland, that includes one office in rock
CBS
Aug 18, 2009 7:00pm EDT
. virginia, they are delaying plans to expand the hot lanes proskwrebt along inter-- projects along interstate 5. they are worried that there won't be enough money. they are free to car pools and buses, but the solo drivers have to pay a toll. the virginia transportation secretary is not saying when it might be revised. in the meantime, the decision, it is not delaying the hot link construction on the virginia side of the beltway. and yesterday, weed told you about that exit -- yesterday, we told you about that exit out there being closed. and it is still, they caught thousands of drivers offguard. well, a lot of commuters complained about the lack of signs that would have alerted them to the detour and they art problem. ere well to maryndwh w e thstate highway administration plans to close some lanes on i-95. that move isa partof pathe inrcprouy ntec es osury in both the north and os southbound lanes n beeetw 33ryland 8 d anmaryland 2.21 ex and 29. the work will run through next saturday, august 29. >>> well still to come before you, conflicting your way into big troubles. trying
ABC
Aug 21, 2009 5:00am EDT
to the hospital. no word on their conditions, and police are now looking for the shooter. on to virginia now, where police are in dumfries and are investigating after a man and woman were found dead inside their home. police found the bodies of a 52-year-old man and 57-year-old woman around 9:00 lasts night in a townhouse. neighbors say the couple lived there foremore than 13 years, but had fallen on hard times and were in the process of being evicted. police have not released their names at this point or cause of death. >> arlington county federal lawsuit against proposed hot lanes on i-95 and i-395 is drawing mixed reaction. the lawsuit asks the court to order an environmental review to determine whether the hot lanes would increase air pollution and traffic congestion. the a air club is praising the lawsuit. von anderson of a.a.a. tells "the washington post" the lawsuit is disappointing, damaging, and hypocritical. >> a proposal in the works to dole out $3,000 to some d.c. workers if they relocate from the suburbs into the city. d.c.'s lead agency on the environment has proposed that live
Univision
Aug 25, 2009 6:00pm EDT
virginia, maryland y washington dc, se han detectado aproximadamente 215- grupos pandilleros.... y el 85- por ciento son latinos... "los ninos son testigos del abuso fisico,verbal, siquicos que observan en la casa, y creen que esa es la vida real y por a razon muchos ninos se meten en las pandillas latinas que existen en la region y tiene que poner mas atencion a la prevencion. " alcaldes confian que los programas de prevencion pueden combatir el crimen que enfrentan varias ciudades del pais... y ayudar a jovenes en riesgo... programas destinados para padres de familia tambien son importantes, dice este experto... "significa que consejeros van a las casas, visitan a s familias y tratan de ensenar a la familia y a los clientes que hay varios servicios que existen en el condado" "ante el inicio de un nuevo aÑo escolar, expertos dicen que trabajar con las escuelas tambien es critico para la intervencion y prevencion de pandillas... especialmente para evitar el reclutamiento de nuevos miemos... en washing
NBC
Aug 27, 2009 11:00am EDT
at the johndy en kprdy en presidentialmuseum. museum.l th flown tohen be flown virginia for his burial at arlington national cemete. michelle franzen reports. >> reporter: this morning the inevitable farewell begins. the body of senator ted kennedy leaves the family compound in hi hyannis port. along the route, the motorcade will mark significant moments in kennedy's life. his body will lie in repose at the j.f.k. library and museum over the next two days. offering the public a chance to say good-bye to the influential senator. on saturday, funeral services will be held at our lady of perpetual health, a grand catholic cathedral in a blue collar section of boston. dignitaries, past presidents and president obama will be there to pay tribute. kennedy will be buried at arlington sem air cemetery next brothers, jack and robert. last night the family gathered for a vigil at kennedy's home, a private place to mourn and celebrate his life. senator john kerry called it a perfect and private moment. >> it's very spiritual and about as beautiful as it could be. i think it's everything that sena
CBS
Aug 6, 2009 9:00am EDT
colleagues on the dc city council. with less than three months before virginia's election their next governor they may take a hit when they bring in the party's top man. >>> if you drive a mid size sedan getting in toed and for bender could drain your account. today is thursday, august 6th. angie goff is here. she's had a very busy morning. howard is here to tell us if we will get heavier rain the rest of the day. >> i think we have seen the heaviest. south and east could get some but a light showery pattern and angie will blame me for the traffic issues. >> doing it all morning. >> but the afternoon will get better. teeserurat are urstruggling to bye onti ti you by especially, it, ay it is to lyto ike gufeau ke august. pae , eastthe pa east, 81 cle out harrisonburg, w neetma owtownlit to moderate gh ers t outhere. but meea t br, bras well. it is t noint nsracolyg intant the showers will couent into mi ni g adis weo thoughout rt ainly after the lunch ho thanat. r hogh. than that. howa o tcoks clar over to ney ol olney and rockville, a anfew showers to bwi. soheylrnarhe mr and ieavrain ie
CBS
Aug 7, 2009 5:00am EDT
holiday this summer. it started at midnight in virginia. armando trull is live with more. >> good morning. i'm here at the wal-mart with an example of some of the things you can safe on if you want to take advantage of your tax holiday. for example, on school supplies, as long as they are not more than $20, things like binders, bags, glue, calculators, pro tractors, anything that is a back to school supply you can get a break as long as it is not more than $20. and also for clothing and it is very wide, sneakers, boots, belts, hats, scarfs, ties, shorts, even things like beach wear, lingerie, girdles all of these things are included in the tax break. my rye -- my assistant bob has a some things you can't get a tax break on. >> no tax breaks on computers, laptops, even things to eat like a raw hide bone, huh-uh. no tax break. so i'm sorry, you are not going to get a tax break. back to you. >> that car salesman in armando comes out again. >>> gaithersburg new city manager wants to know more about the property deal between the city and its workers. one example a custodian living rent free in
CBS
Aug 14, 2009 6:00am EDT
satellite and radar combined. southeastern virginia you will run in to a few isolated showers. this afternoon in the middle 80s by noon. take the lunch outside. 87 is the forecasted high. it is not only the average high but the same as yesterday. like yesterday's weather with a few isolated storms around. kenny burns is in for angie goff. he has the traffic. good morning. >> good morning. we will begin in virginia, eastbound 66. starting to see delays begin from 50 fair oak over to 123. switching to northbound 95 volume is heavy and slow from the prince william parkway continuing to lorton. over to maryland, southbound 270 fog in the area but everybody is moving at speed. the outer loop of the capital beltway is looking good between college park and bethesda. checking the routes believing baltimore to the capital beltway no problems or incidents to report on 95 or the baltimore-washington parkway. back to andrea. >>> this morning police are investigating an early-morning hit and run crash. it has left one person dead. it a developing story. armando trull is live in southeast
CBS
Aug 21, 2009 6:00am EDT
airport. raining in where wave and western maryland. -- in west virginia and western maryland. as we think of the weekend it listen east of the district by sunday. not so much tomorrow. so let's tell you the forecast. 70s and 80s outside. partly cloudy and dry for now. not so dry this afternoon. a hot high in the lower 90s and stormy. >>> if you are logging on to your computer anytime soon chat with us at wusa9.com. click on my blog. we're on the home page. 95 and the bw parkway, talking traffic now out of baltimore. all nice and green past powder mill to the beltway. move over to open that door and take you outside and show you 270 where we have a good amount of volume from germantown road to 370. moving the shot in to the district, northeast dc, i give you inbound new york avenue where we have one delay stretching from the times building to bladensburg road. 395 northbound from duke to seminary. already a good amount of volume but no significant delays but they are on the way. 95 from the prince william parkway to lorton, we are tracking that trip and fining the drive time h
CBS
Aug 27, 2009 6:00am EDT
chat room at wusa9.com. 95 northbound in virginia. no incidents or accidents to report. at this time it looks like we are building volume between prince william parkway to lorton. to 395. the drive is looking great past duke street. but the delay is not too far behind. in alexandria, we will head over to the maps and show you something we have been watching since early on. a downed tree. crews are on the scene. taking it to the district, northeast dc, inbound new york avenue is filling out a bit between the times building and bladensburg and the outer loop, some volume from university to georgia. now, over to andrea. >>> we are following a developing story out of northeast washington. police are investigating an officer-involved shooting. these are live pictures from benning road near 34th street. all we're being told right now is one suspect was injured and we're not told how severely. the officer is fine. outbound benning road is shut down while police investigate. >>> today the final farewell to senator kennedy begins. it starts in his native massachusetts but will end in our regi
CBS
Aug 31, 2009 6:00am EDT
indigos, patuxent river and to heathsville in the northern neck of virginia. i also heard from jan shriver in reedville. she says they are getting rain at this hour. as we head to the morning hours with our bus stop commuters we will have showers across the southern suburbs. otherwise partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 60s. we will take those 60s today and head to the afternoon and work on schooler than average day. by that i mean highs in the middle 70s. that's what it will feel like. frederick 73. frederick 74. that's the number for la plata. folks cumberland to hagerstown hard-pressed to hit 70 this afternoon. we are watching rain drops like i mentioned thanks to this area of low pressure. it will be following this front today and kicking off a few scattered showers from say fredericksburg on up to maybe parts of charles county, maryland. you can see that on microcast nine. as we head to the afternoon by 5:00, things will dry out. some clouds to the south. heading to the late evening, overnight hours we will have generally partly cloudy conditions and your tuesday, much nicer.
ABC
Aug 7, 2009 6:00pm EDT
-- >>> what is next for met ronnie? and back-to-school bargain shoppers are headed to virginia. nosh -- >> get ready, we have a lot of hot weather on the way. i will tei wil >>> american military commanders are growing more confident that a top taliban leader died in the u.s. missile strike. counter-terrorism experts say he was becoming a greater threat and sending more troops into afghanistan. u.s. authorities are hoping it will weaken the militants. >>> there is a scuffle with -- a scuffle with palestinians. palestinians say they were praying. israel oppose the administration denied it, but the stated goal is to keep settlers and farmers away from each other. >>> nelson mandela met privately for about a half-hour. he also met with south african business leaders. e called on business leaders to embrace open trade and promote foreign investments. >>> the metro is urging rail passengers to prepare for delays over the weekend. it will be sharing a single track starting tonight at 10:00 p.m.. the next few weeks, yellow line trains will be single tracking from 10:00 to midnight on sunday through t
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